Due to the renovation work, the Fukuoka Art Museum is closed from September 1, 2016 to March 2019.
Invitation to Tsukinami Monthly Lecture for January - March

Every month, our museum curators will talk about their work, exhibits, research, interests, etc.
*Free of charge. The capacity of seats differs each time according to the venues. Please attend upon confirming.
*Lecture will be given in Japanese language.

2017
January:
"Buddhist Art of the Fukuoka Art Museum - The Expressions of Buddhist Paintings"

Among pre-modern art collections of the Fukuoka Art Museum, there are numerous sculptures, paintings and craft works which are related to Buddhism. Among them, we will view Buddhist paintings, focusing on the line drawn and coloring this time.

Trilokavi-Jaya,Segment of Iconographic Scroll

Date & Time:
January 21 (Sun), 2017, 15:00`16:00

Lecturer:
Mr. Ryosuke Nishigori

Venue:
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Ajibi Hall
http://faam.city.fukuoka.lg.ip/use/use

Limited to:
50 people (admitted in order of arrival. The reception begins at 14:30)


February:
Go Outside the Museum with "Dokodemo Bijyutsukan"
Activity Report during Museum Renewal Interval

As one of our museum art facilitation programs during its renewal interval, we started an outreaching program titled, "Dokodemo Bijyutsukan" (Everywhere, Anywhere Museum) in November 2016 as a trial attempt. The word, "Outreaching" may not sound so familiar, but it means that the museum staff go out to various areas and conduct activities outside the museum. This time, we will introduce art appreciation materials for this program that have been freshly made as well as reporting on the activities that have just began.


Date & Time:
February 18 (Sat), 15:00`16:00

Lecturer:
Ms. Sayaka Sakita

Venue:
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Ajibi Hall
http://faam.city.fukuoka.lg.ip/use/use

Limited to:
50 people (admitted in order of arrival. The reception begins at 14:30)


March:
Moving Mission Impossible on "At the Seaside" by Louis-Joseph-Raphael Collin

Prior to the renovation work of the Fukuoka Art Museum, we conducted moving of the museum collections. This time, by focusing on "At the Seaside" by Louis-Joseph- Raphael Collin, the unknown, behind-the-scenes information on the museum moving will be revealed.


Date & Time:
March 18 (Sat), 15:00`16:00

Lecturer:
Ms. Yuki Watanuki

Venue:
Fukuoka City Museum, Lecture Room 2
http://museum.city.fukuoka.jp/about/access.html

Limited to:
30 people (admitted in order of arrival. The reception begins at 14:30)